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The best XV in the world – according to poll of thousands of rugby fans

WHAT is the best XV in the world, according to rugby fans?

Thousands of supporters have also used our poll to pick their best ever side.

England prop Mako Vunipola, who was selected 11,369 times, is the player that was selected in more of the fans’ teams than any other.

But what does the overall supporter XV look like?

15. Stuart Hogg (Scotland & Glasgow) – 33%

Silver: Liam Williams (Wales & Saracens) – 25%
Bronze: Alex Goode (England & Saracens) – 14%

14. Rieko Ioane (New Zealand & Blues) – 33%

The best finisher in world rugby.

Silver: Jack Nowell (England & Exeter) – 14%
Bronze: George North (Wales & Ospreys) – 5%
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – SEPTEMBER 30: Sonny Bill Williams and Rieko Ioane of New Zealand celebrate with the trophy after winning a match between New Zealand and Argentina as part of Rugby Championship 2017 at Jose Amalfitani Stadium on September 30, 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Photo by Gabriel Rossi/Getty Images)

13. Jonathan Davies (Wales & Scarlets) – 33%

Silver: Henry Slade (England & Exeter) – 28%
Bronze: Ryan Crotty (New Zealand) – 11%
Elliot Daly of England Rugby slip the tackled of Jonathan Davies of Wales Rugby during the Guinness Six Nations Championship match between Wales and England at Principality Stadium on February 23, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

12. Sonny Bill Williams (New Zealand) – 46%

Silver: Manu Tuilagi (England & Leicester) – 36%
Bronze: Robbie Henshaw (Ireland & Leinster) – 12%
Sonny Bill Williams of New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup Quarter Final between New Zealand and France at Millennium Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Cardiff, Wales. PHOTO: Mandatory by-line: Tom Sandberg/Pinnacle – Photo Agency Ltd Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 183700120 – 171015 – SPORT-RUGBY- World Cup Quarter Final- Millennium Stadium,Cardiff ,Wales,UK

11. Jonny May (England & Leicester) – 27%

Silver: Jacob Stockdale (Ireland & Ulster) – 11%
Bronze: Josh Adams (Wales & Worcester) – 3%